Douglas Berger psychiatrist in Tokyo is a fully bilingual Japanese/English American board-certified psychiatrist and Director of the Tokyo Meguro Counseling Center. Dr. Berger received his M.D. and psychiatry training from New York Medical College, and his Ph.D. from the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at the Tokyo University School of Medicine.

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Dr. Berger can be contacted by phone: 03-3716-6624 (+81-3-3716-6624 from outside of Japan). Use the intake form or inquire through the Tokyo Meguro Counseling Center’s Home Page.

ADHD is both over- and under-diagnosed, depending on the set of people you look at: https://t.co/wNPdlFMiUd The authors’ title “Are We Overdiagnosing and Overtreating ADHD?”, is somewhat unfair to the cohort of persons who are underdiagnosed. https://t.co/sJUSXfRv1G

Cold water swimming for depression https://t.co/rBHqTJW7bF What % and which depressives might benefit, is there placebo effect, what temp, duration, frequency is best is still unclear, & if this is reducing inflammation or stress response is conjecture. https://t.co/2opApRuwKL

There is confusion in depression with “full-remission” (no-symptoms), “effective” (defined at each use), and "responsive" (50% improvement) https://t.co/8g5BXeBjET Many trials claim efficacy using "responsive" but "responsive" is easy to achieve. Us: https://t.co/uZEIPRxr0J

Is there a list of CBT clinical trials for anxiety or depressive disorders that have had subject blinding or subject+treater blinding, or blind placebo? Rater blinding (often mistakenly called single-blind) is not so valuable as blind raters just record what the subject reports.

Funding longer GP consults seems ineffective for patients who are dead-set to get antibiotics. Funding public ads campaign, removing prescription repeats, and reducing prescription expiry to between 2 weeks and 3 months as noted in the article seems the way to go.

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Some mistakenly think tramadol is a combination drug with both an opioid and an SNRI: https://t.co/kYtNeXyy9x Tramadol has a dual mechanism of action but it is not a combination drug. https://t.co/vhEwPF9JpC

Farah’s book on Hemingway had no interview & he/his estate gave no consent https://t.co/7y5FAs4cvY There's no brain scan/autopsy. Farah does not prove chronic traumatic encephalopathy nor disprove bipolar disorder. The estate may sue after sales grow. https://t.co/1HKbrH9Y6i #li

NIDA instills pot fear in doctors as causing schizophrenia & statements like "use and possession of cannabis is illegal in under federal law" etc: https://t.co/9LKyC7PDrw. Dr. Kosten is NIDA-sponsored & Psychiatric Times known to publish NIDA articles. https://t.co/vhEwPF9JpC #li

Questionable ethics when psychiatrists label persons they did not examine, here deceased poet Robert Lowell: https://t.co/KsJ2H0XRZE Psychiatric conditions are not provable so that (re)labeling Mr. Lowell is concerning even if his doctors did so. https://t.co/RZFx8zOZJO #li

Blue-blocking glasses for mania? https://t.co/vmAOFTUtGb only 11-12 subjects in each group in a single blind (not double-blind) study, only followed for one week. Poorly controlled studies should not have results exaggerated. https://t.co/lABkWI4nXZ

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